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Old 01-28-2020, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default [REPORTED] displaying Training Missions when there are Multiple Sets of missions

If you have the Mi-8 and NS340 installed then you get two sets of Missions displayed on the Training Missions and Single missions page. You can also recreate the problem with a Custom Module containing missions with a attachMissionsToMods setting in entry.lua (I've attached the NS340/Mi-8 entry.lua file as an example)

However on the Training Missions page there is a problem when you select from the second set where the selection bar is White rather than light Blue so you can't read the selected text
(as shown in screenshot training_missions.PNG).

Additionally on both the Training and Single Mission pages you can a missions selected from both sets of missions making it unclear which mission is the actual selected one. (As shown on both screenshot training_missions.PNG & single_missions.PNG)
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Old 01-31-2020, 10:32 AM   #2
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Reported thanks.

It don't look pretty so needs changing
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